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D.C. Board of Education, District 3

General Election

Results below are unofficial and may be incomplete. For final results, check state and county board of elections web sites.

D.C. Board of Education District 3 Results  
CandidateVotes%
Lisa Raymond 12,85248%
Marc Borbely 4,98719%
Robert Vinson Brannum 3,51113%
Stephane Baldi 2,88811%
Mary Baird-Currie 2,63310%
Key: * Incumbent | Red Checkmark Winner
Precincts: 100% | Updated: 4:33 PM ET | Source: The Post

Candidates

Stephane Baldi

Stephane Baldi

Occupation Principal research scientist, American Institutes for Research (AIR).
Education PhD, sociology, Ohio State Univ.; MA, sociology, Univ. of Connecticut; BA, sociology, Univ. of Massachusetts.
Age: 37 | Residence: Capitol Hill.
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Marc Borbely

Marc Borbely

Occupation Freelance editor; Advisory Neighborhood Commission 6A06; student, Clarke School of Law, UDC; former teacher, DCPS.
Education BS, molecular biophysics and biochemistry, Yale; some coursework, UDC School of Law.
Age: 33 | Residence: Capitol Hill.
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Robert Vinson Brannum

Robert Vinson Brannum

Occupation Veteran, U.S. Air Force Reserve; licensed substitute teacher, D.C. Public Schools.
Education BA, management and business, National-Louis University; one year, Antioch School of Law.
Age: 53 | Residence: Bloomingdale.
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Lisa Raymond

Lisa Raymond

Occupation Former chief operating officer, Cesar Chavez Public Charter Schools for Public Policy.
Education BA, psychology, Indiana University; MPA, Columbia University's School of International and Public Affairs.
Age: 36 | Residence: Capitol Hill.
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Mary Baird-Currie

Mary Baird-Currie

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Voter Information

Map: D.C. Council Wards
When: Nov. 7, 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Where: Find your polling site.
Absentee Ballot: Download (PDF).
Registration: Check your status.
More Info: Board of Elections.
Results: Will be posted Nov. 7.

Key Dates

Oct. 10: Close of voter registration.
Oct. 23: In-person absentee voting begins.
Nov. 6: Last day to vote absentee in person, by 4:45 p.m.
Nov. 7: General election.

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